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If you want to edit, you'll need to do that in another app.
Not having a built-in editor isn't much of a drawback given how many good photo-editing apps are available these days.
You take an image, record up to 10 seconds of audio, and then print the image with a QR code.
You then give that image to someone else, and they can scan the code and listen to your message.
That said, my favorite feature of the LCD isn't the ability to review so much as the animation that happens when you print: It scrolls your image up off the screen at almost exactly the same speed the actual print emerges from the camera.
It's a nice touch that makes that digital-to-real-world transition more immediate and fun.
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The app is leaps and bounds better than Fujifilm's existing app for Instax printers, which has always felt clunky.
The process works, but it's a cumbersome way add sound to prints.
The new app doesn't just play QR code audio; it also controls the Li Play.
With an app, you can print photos from your smartphone.
The much-touted ability to embed audio in your images using a QR code is less impressive, but I'll get to that later. Unlike most other Instax cameras, you can review your images on an LCD screen and decide whether or not to print them.